Shure SE215 review – SoundGuys
Pretty much everyone could use a set of wired earbuds. They plug into everything your wireless buds can’t connect to, require no batteries, and can outlast Bluetooth buds by years. Turning attention to one of the leading manufacturers of in-ear monitors, Shure, we investigate what $99 USD gets you. The Shure SE215 is a popular pick at an attractive price with specs that appeal to a cross-section of audio enthusiasts, casual music fans, and musicians.
We put the SE215 through its paces for a week and found out everything you need to know.
Editor’s note: this Shure SE215 review was updated on April 28, 2023, to include the Sennheiser IE 200 and Moondrop Aria as alternatives, and to update formatting.
Musicians looking for a set of in-ear monitors (IEMs) can appreciate the excellent frequency response and isolation of the SE215. Anyone wanting a solid set of wired earbuds will have very few complaints with the SE215 price to durability and reliability ratio.
What’s it like to use the Shure SE215?
Shure includes a utilitarian carrying case, memory wire 3.5mm cable, and six sets of ear tips—three of which are memory foam to adequately fit most ears.
At about $100 USD, the Shure SE215 feels like a complete package. You get three silicone and three memory foam pairs of ear tips. The memory foam pairs measure 12mm, 13mm, and approximately 18mm in diameter. If these sizes sound large, they’re meant to be squished before inserting into your ear canal, where they can expand and create a cogent seal. The silicone ear tip sizes are 11mm, 12mm, and 14mm in diameter, and make it easier to pop the buds in and out. Finally, Shure includes a zippered canvas carry case with an internal pocket for accessories and the supplied cleaning tool.
Initially stiff, the over-the-ear memory wiring molds to your ear shape and becomes fairly comfortable. The quality feels good, and it lacks any irritating seams. The smallest memory foam tip fits my right ear very well, but no matter which size memory foam tip I install on the left bud, the housing protrudes from my ear. Nevertheless, the IEMs feel comfortable for a couple of hours at a time. It doesn’t appear that the robust Kevlar over-ear wiring does much for the actual fit. Instead, it just safeguards the IEMs in case they slide out, or get caught on something and tug.
You can disconnect the cable if it breaks and change it out for another MMCX cable.
The SE215 comes in clear, black, white, or translucent blue. Occasionally, Shure releases other colorways. Our clear test unit is visually discreet which is great if you want your IEMs to go unnoticed. For the curious, the clear housing is interesting to look at up close, similar to the Nothing Ear 1, but with less of a constructed retro appeal.
You can further protect your hearing while wearing the SE215 by donning a pair of sound isolating hearing protectors.
The loudness of the drums is still obvious when wearing the SE215 while recording a drummer, but I feel protected from noise-induced hearing loss. Part of that noise reduction speaks to the memory foam ear tips and small nozzle diameter that allows listeners to insert the buds deep into the ear canal. It also helps that you can play audio at lower volumes to make the drums seem that much quieter. Quieting the drums in the room means it competes less with the playback audio. The compact size of the SE215 means you can wear an extra set of over-ear noise protection, too, if you’re someone who engineers loud instruments in the same room as you record.
On that note, if you need dedicated hearing protection for live music and events, investing in a pair of purpose built earplugs goes a long way.
How does the Shure SE215 connect?
The included cable is robust with reinforcements to minimize wear and tear.
A standard 3.5mm headphone jack is the name of the game with the Shure SE215. This analog connection means you get the best quality audio from your source. You can certainly plug it into your favorite audio player without an external amp or with a digital to analog converter (DAC) dongle if your phone lacks a headphone out. Performers can monitor with the Shure SE215 by plugging it into a radio receiver. This way, you can hear the band or the sound guy, or any number of other applications.
To extend the life of the SE215 you can swap out the cable for another with a compatible MMCX connection. You can also find another version of the SE215 with an in-line remote and mic. You can add wireless capabilities to the SE215 when you purchase the Shure Wireless Adapter (Gen 2). This works with any MMCX earbuds and supports the aptX, AAC, and SBC Bluetooth codecs, but it will cost you a hefty $189 USD. At that point, you might as well just purchase the Shure AONIC 215 Gen 2 instead.
The Shure SE215 is very sensitive and gets loud earlier in the volume control range than you might be used to.
At 1kHz it has a sensitivity of 107 dB SPL/mW, with has an impedance of 17Ω. You won’t need an amp with this set of IEMs. You’ll need a USB-C or Lightning dongle adapter, however, if you plan on using the buds with most phones.
How well does the Shure SE215 block out noise?
This is some extremely impressive isolation. Most folks won’t miss active noise canceling tech with this performance.
The Shure SE215 relies on passive isolation to block out background noise, and to get the best isolation, you need to find a proper fit. This test used the size medium memory foam ear tips, and you can probably expect different results with the silicone ear tips. It’s a passive headphone with no active noise canceling (ANC), which you may not really miss if you’re using the SE215. The isolation, thanks to the included memory foam ear tips and deep insertion, handily renders 2-10kHz frequencies anywhere from one-sixteenth to one-thirty-second their original perceived loudness. While isolation tends to do its best work on high-frequency noises, the SE215 still halves the loudness of 25-100Hz frequencies. It doesn’t need any batteries, which is just a nice bonus. It also gets a high score from us here.
How does the Shure SE215 sound?
You’ll see some slight deviations in the treble from our target curve, but by and large, the SE215 gets close.
As expected with a set of Shure IEMs, the SE215 has a very pleasant frequency response. The sound compares favorably to our house curve. You should be able to hear everything just fine. The areas where the SE215 deviates most notably are in the highs. The first notable feature is the exaggeration of a narrow band at 5kHz. This may give the impression of greater presence on some instruments, like snares or crash cymbals. Frequencies above that roll off early, from 6kHz up, leading to a sound that focuses more on the fundamentals, and lacking some of that full extension of the frequency range. Finally, it under-emphasizes between 2500Hz and just past 4000Hz by 5dB at most, compared to our preference curve.
Basically, this is an example of low distortion.
Yes, the SE215 has low distortion (THD). We rarely remark on distortion measurements in our reviews, but Shure has designed the SE215 really well. On the whole, it has less distortion than the more expensive Sennheiser IE 300, for example. Whether you’ll hear the difference is somewhat subjective and dependent on your playback material, the level, and your ears!
Highs, mids, lows
Listening to the 2020 stereo remaster of This Time Tomorrow by The Kinks during the intro hard stereo panning of the airplane sample moves from the left channel to the right, highlighting the excellent isolation of the SE215. I notice acutely how little I hear in the ear that has no sound coming through. When the music kicks in all the instruments play at reasonable volumes.
Interestingly, there’s a bit too much low end relative to the under-emphasis in the details of the uppermost frequencies. It gives the impression that some information is too quiet, or missing, and that’s fine for most instruments, but it’s noticeable in the tonality of vocals here. However, it’s impressive that the very busy arrangement of piano, guitars, and organ occupying similar frequencies are all audible simultaneously with the bass and hi-hats. The instrumental portions sound great.
To wear the SE215 you run the cable over the top of your ear.
When compared with an older master of the same song that has more emphasis on those high frequencies, I prefer the older version to the remaster with the Shure IEMs. This comes down to the Shure SE215 frequency response rolling off the volume above 6kHz and that under-emphasis around 2500-4000Hz, in concert with the older master having more volume in the highs. Referring to the same tracks on the JBL Club Pro Plus, the details in the uppermost frequencies sound more natural on the 2020 remaster. Meanwhile, those keys and guitars play at better volumes on the SE215 on the remaster.
With music made in more recent decades, like the jangly song, Motion by Days the SE215 sound seems more consistent, due probably to the ubiquity of modern mixing techniques. The clean guitar, percussion, and bass all play at reasonable volumes on the SE215. Vocals can sound a hair muffled without the full upper register extension, but it’s not necessarily distracting. You can always try using an equalizer to boost those frequencies where it dips down at above 6kHz too.
Should you buy the Shure SE215?
For those looking to get one of the better sets of wired earbuds, the SE215 ticks the boxes.
There are plenty of applications the Shure SE215 suits, promoting it as a wise purchase. Wireless earbuds, while convenient at times, do not easily connect to everything. If you need to plug into an electronic instrument, edit video without concerns about latency, sing on a stage, or do a myriad of other tasks, you’ll want wired monitors to truly hear what you’re attending to.
Shure built the SE215 to feel reliable and solid, and it does an excellent job of isolating external noise. While the housing doesn’t necessarily provide a universally secure fit, the shape of the nozzle means the ear tip will fit fine even if the housing doesn’t hug your ear perfectly. Only when you get nitpicky might the quiet uppermost registers of the SE215 frequency response bug some listeners, however, the vast majority of music sounds great on the Shure SE215. Unless you really desire treble articulation, the SE215 satisfies most folks. The price isn’t cheap, but it outperforms some of the more niche “audiophile” buds for less money.
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What should you get instead of the Shure SE215
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The red stripe differentiates the right Sennheiser IE 200 bud from the left.
For a more exacting frequency response curve, the Sennheiser IE 200 gets you closer to our preferred tuning. Like the Shure SE215, it’s well made and primarily plastic. The housings measure slightly smaller than the Shure SE215 as well, so if your ears are on the smaller side, it might be a better choice. Utilize the included memory foam ear tips to achieve pretty good isolation. You can pick up a set for $119 at Amazon.
Another interesting choice, the Moondrop Aria, typically sells for less than the SE215 ($79 at Amazon) and performs rather well. Its housings are made of CNC machined metal, so it’s hefty with no rough edges. Like the Shure SE215, the Moondrop Aria’s frequency response mirrors our target curve well with some similar under-emphasis in the upper registers. However, unlike the SE215, it would not make a great set of IEMs in a noisy environment due to its unimpressive isolation performance. If you’re just listening to music, and not actively recording anything that’s less of an issue.
The KZ ZSN Pro X is a budget-friendly alternative with over-the-ear cabling.
If you want something a bit cheaper, check out the KZ ZSN Pro X for only $23 at Amazon. It’s decidedly less upscale than the Shure SE215, but it has a favorable consumer-oriented sound, with a bit of extra treble emphasis absent on the SE215. The build features a mixture of metal and plastic, with over-the-ear cabling. Isolation is not as impressive, but the music listening experience is pretty similar to the SE215.
On the surprisingly cheap and cheerful front, the JBL Quantum 50 is a set of gaming earbuds that follows our target curve extremely well. You can find it for the price of a bag of really nice coffee beans ($34 at Amazon). The build is more plasticky, and the cable is not removable, but it houses a mic/remote module.
Wireless Shure alternatives to the Shure SE215
The Shure AONIC 215 Gen 2 works basically like a true wireless version of the SE215.
If you like how the Shure SE215 sounds, but would really rather go wireless, consider the Shure AONIC 215 Gen 2. It’s essentially the SE215 but with ear hook Bluetooth modules. The design is not without blunders, particularly the carry case, but a separate MMCX cable can quickly transform this into a wired pair of earbuds, which is a neat trick. Expanding the sound of the SE215 buds, the ShurePlus PLAY app included with the AONIC 215 Gen 2 offers some of the most granular EQ out there in a free app. As a two in one, it’s not bad for $229 at Amazon.
Staunchly in the land of true wireless, the Shure AONIC Free features a similar frequency response, but it’s Bluetooth only. The upshot of this design is that it’s less delicate than the AONIC 215 Gen 2. Like the SE215, it boasts effective isolation. It also has the ShurePlus PLAY app. The AONIC Free is well engineered and sells for $199 at Amazon.
Frequently asked questions
This one is confusing. The Shure SE215 Pro is basically identical to the standard SE215. The difference is in whether you get the audio-only cable, or the cable with a mic and in-line remote. Adding to the confusion is that models listed as the “Pro” version don’t actually say so on the box. Technically, our review is of the SE215 Pro because of the cable, but pick up the box and it designates our unit as the SE215-CL (CL for clear), which is exactly what it says on the non-Pro SE215. We like Shure, but the naming schema seems needlessly inconsistent. One wonders if this is just Shure hopping on the train of calling everything “Pro.”
Shure has quite a few variations of the SE215, ranging in color schemes to cable configurations. One of these is the Shure SE215 with an in-line mic with a remote. Our test unit is the wired cable version only, so we did not test any microphone. It should have the same functionality as the version we’ve reviewed here, just with added mic and control.
While it can be fiddly to repair such a small piece of tech in the event life happens and you misplace or break something, you don’t have to throw the whole set away. You can readily find new cables, new ear tips, or even individual earbuds (left and right). If you need to send in your Shure SE215 for repair, check out this page with details from Shure.
The suite includes a replaceable cable, prolonging the lifespan of the SE215, a case, a sincerely useful selection of ear tips, and a tool for cleaning.
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The Shure SE215 Pro in-ear monitors are a brilliant budget option, whether you’re looking for your first ever monitoring system, a pair of backup IEM’s or just some killer multi-use earphones. For under $/£100, Shure has nailed the value-for-money factor, offering great ambient noise cancelling, a decent frequency range and surprising levels of in-ear comfort.
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Shure SE215 Pro review: What are they?
Shure has been one of the biggest names in live music gear for as long as we can remember. If you play, sing or go to live gigs, you’ve probably heard the sound of a Shure vocal microphone or guitar mic – and while Shure is primarily a microphone manufacturer, they also create some next-level studio headphones and in-ear monitors for us all to enjoy. If an in-ear monitoring system is something you’ve been considering and you’re on a budget, then the Shure SE215 Pros should be very near the top of your list (in fact, they top our list of the best budget in-ear monitors!).
So, in-ear monitors then. Not to be confused with the humble earphone, a great pair of in-ears will do an awful lot to help you sound and play better. There are many different manufacturers all vying for your attention and hard-earned cash, and many different price points for you to explore when looking for a pair of in-ear monitors. Obviously if you pay more, you get more – but do you really need more? That answer is probably no.
Out of the box, the SE215 Pros look like a pretty smart, lower profile in-ear. The construction is pretty basic, with either clear, black or blue plastic ‘phones on offer. They’re nothing groundbreaking, but perfectly adequate for something that is going to sit in your ear for a few hours at a time. The box also contains some added extras – a zippered carrying case, cleaning/fitting tool and various different sizes of foam and silicone sleeves to ensure you get a comfortable and tight fit.
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Sennheiser IE 40 Pro
The cable is detachable, to allow for easier packaging and to avoid any damage or over-bending when wrapping them up after a performance or rehearsal. If your cable does get damaged – as can happen with earphones and headphones of all price brackets – then the cable is easily replaceable. No stress, huh?
Speaking of the cable, it’s just your standard 3.5mm mini jack connector – making it ideal for most applications. Lined with wire, the cable stays pretty straight during use, without excessive tangling or twisting. A rubber sleeve and extra wire reinforcement makes sure the cable doesn’t move around too much, and that the fit around your ears is sturdy. Having cable wrapping around the tops of your ears can feel a little alien at first – particularly if you’re brand new to in-ears – but we had forgotten it was there within the first 10 to 15 minutes of use.
The SE215 Pro’s main focus lies within the earpiece itself: a single, high-definition driver. Considering a vast majority of in-ear monitors contain at least two (sometimes more) drivers, this is remarkable in itself – but what is more remarkable is the soundstage that this single driver creates.
Shure SE215 Pro review: Performance & Verdict
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In all of the musical scenarios we’ve been able to put the SE215 Pros through – heavy touring with rock bands, lounge jazz gigs and studio recording sessions, to name a few – they sounded smooth and capable, and not noticeably pokey or tinny. Like any pair of earphones or IEM’s, a little distortion was noted in some slightly more manic areas or when the volume was boosted just that little bit too high, but the SE215 Pro came out from that barrage of testing largely unscathed.
One of the issues we always run into with in-ear monitors is the issue of ambient noise cancellation and sound bleed. The SE215 Pros offer some really useful and effective isolation from the sounds around you. This is thanks to the shape and size of the casing itself, which forms a fairly decent seal when sat in your ear. Especially when playing live, you want a decent amount of separation between your own in-ear mix and what’s going on elsewhere, without feeling like you’re playing on your own. The Shure’s fit in that middle ground very well, with small but reassuring ambient levels of sound passing through.
Now, it’s absolutely worth bearing in mind that the SE215 Pros are not high-end in-ear monitors. As an entry to the world of IEM’s they’re a very respectable choice, but they won’t quite capture the spacious ambience of a multi-driver setup, or the wide frequency range of more expensive in-ears. That being said, what do you expect for under £/$100? We can’t think of another pair of budget in-ear monitors that combine audio and build quality with reputation and comfort like Shure does with the SE215 Pros. For those who are newbies to the world of IEM’s – take a good look at these. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Shure SE215 Pro review: Hands-on demos
Shure SE215 Pro review: Specifications
- Connectivity: Wired
- Drivers: One
- Sensitivity: 107dB
- Earbuds: Foam and silicone included
- Case: Yes – soft bag
- Frequency range: 22-17,500 Hz
- Contact: Shure
James is a freelance writer and former Junior Deals Writer at MusicRadar. Before writing, James worked as a guitar salesman at a local music store, so he knows a thing or two about matching people with their perfect instruments. James also has experience working in other areas of the music trade, having worked for the online music distributor, RouteNote. James is a guitarist, bassist and drummer and has also toured the UK and Europe with his old band Hypophora.
SE215-BT1 User Guide
Below are some ways to use the headphones.
Insert the headphones so that they fit snugly against your ear. How you insert your earbuds will greatly affect the quality of the sound.
Important. If you feel a lack of low frequencies (bass), this means that the earpiece is not sitting snugly against your ear. Gently insert the earpiece deeper into the ear canal, or try a different earpiece.
Attention! Do not insert the earmuff sleeve beyond the opening of the ear canal.
Grasp the earphone housing, twist slightly and remove from the ear.
If you need to remove the earpiece, do not pull on the cord.
- Turn and pull the tip to remove it from the handpiece.
- Put on the new tip until it completely covers the spike and tip.
Warning. If the barb or part of the tip is visible, the tip is not attached correctly. Replace the tips if they are loose around the tips. To ensure a proper fit and performance, use only Shure-supplied eartips (excluding eartips specially designed to fit the shape of your ear).
Soft Flex tips are available in small, medium and large sizes. Choose an eartip that fits your ear more closely and isolates sound better. It should be easy to insert, not create discomfort and easy to remove.
Soft elastic sleeves
If you notice a change in sound quality, remove the earpiece and check the earpiece. If the tip is clogged, clean it with a wire loop of the cleaning tool.
Caution: This tool is for cleaning headphones only. Any other use, such as as an ear cleaner, may result in injury.
Maintenance and cleaning
Careful maintenance ensures that the tip fits snugly on the handpiece, improving sound quality and product safety.
- Keep your headphones and eartips as clean and dry as possible.
- To clean the ear tips, remove them from the headphones, wash gently with warm water and air dry. Styrofoam nozzles take longer to dry. Check for damage; replace if necessary. The ear tips must be completely dry before reuse.
- Wipe the earpieces and eartips with a mild antiseptic to prevent infection. Do not use alcohol-based disinfectants.
- Keep the headphones away from very high or very low temperatures.
- Replace the tips if they don’t fit well.
- Do not attempt to modify this product. Doing so will void the warranty and may result in personal injury and/or product failure.
- Turn off the earphones. Press and hold center button on earphone remote until the LED flashes blue and red.
- From your audio source, select “Shure BT1.”
- LED turns blue when successfully paired.
For additional pairing options, please visit https://www.shure.com/earphones.
|Power on||Press and hold|
|Power off||Press and hold, 5 seconds.|
|Bluetooth connection||Turn off the headphones. Press and hold the button for 7 seconds.|
|Answer/end call||Press once|
|Reject call||Press and hold, 3 seconds.|
|Turn on the voice assistant||Turn on the phone, press and hold the button for 3 seconds.|
|Factory reset||Switch off the headphones and connect them to the charger. Press and hold the button for 15 seconds. Keep holding the button after the headphones enter pairing mode to turn off the headphones again.|
Up and down buttons
|Volume up/down||Pressing the + or – button|
|Next track||Press and hold the + button, 3 seconds|
|Previous composition||Press and hold button -, 3 seconds|
|Battery check||Press and hold the + and – button for 3 seconds|
Your phone may not support some features. For more information, go to http://www.shure.com/earphones.
Red LED indicates low battery.
- Connect the headphones to the charger using the supplied cable.
- The LED lights up red during charging.
- When the headphones are charged, the LED turns off.
Attention! Make sure the product is at room temperature between 0 and 45°C before charging.
Use this product only with an authority-approved power source that complies with local regulations (eg, UL, CSA, VDE, CCC, INMETRO).
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at 1 kHz
107 dB SPL/mW
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|SE215 Special Edition||21 Hz – 17.5 kHz|
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-18°C to 57°C (0°F to 135°F)
-29 °C to 74°C (-20°F to 165°F)
Bluetooth 4.1 902 71
2402 up to 2480 MHz
RF output power
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For the latest regulatory and compliance information, go to http://www.shure.com/earphones.
- Follow manufacturer’s instructions.
- The product’s battery may explode or release toxic materials. Beware of burns or fire. Batteries must never be opened, crushed, modified, disassembled, heated above 60°C or incinerated.
- Environmental regulations for the disposal of used batteries must be followed.
- Do not expose the product to excessive heat from the sun, open flames, or the like.
- DO NOT make unauthorized modifications to this product.
Battery replacement should only be performed by authorized Shure service technicians.
WARNING: When operating a vehicle, obey applicable laws regarding the use of mobile phones and headphones.
This product contains magnetic material. Consult your physician regarding the possible effect of magnetic materials on medical implants in your body.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
- This device may not cause harmful interference.
- This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
- Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the regulatory authority could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Tested using supplied and recommended cable types. The use of unshielded cables may degrade the EMC performance.
Este equipo ha sido diseñado para operar con las antenas que enseguida se enlistan y para una ganancia máxima de antena de [+2.13] dBi. El uso con este equipo de antenas no incluidas en esta lista o que tengan una ganancia mayor que [+2.13] dBi quedan prohibidas. La impedancia requerida de la antena es de  ohms.
La operación de este equipo está sujeta a las siguientes dos condiciones: (1) es posible que este equipo o dispositivo no cause interferencia perjudicial y (2) este equipo o dispositivo debe aceptar cualquier interferencia, incluyendo la que pueda causar su opera cion no deseada.
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Order SHURE SE215 SPE-W -BT1-EFS – Shur earphones in Moscow with delivery in Russia
SE215SPE-W-BT1-EFS are compact in-ear Bluetooth headphones. Headphones have high-quality, rich sound with deep bass. The headphone drivers deliver tight bass and the entire audio spectrum. Despite their compact size, in-ear headphones make it possible to fully enjoy and feel the energy of any musical composition. White color. Headphones compatible with mobile devices, MP3 players, iPhone, iPad, etc. Uses Dynamic MicroDriver technology and comes with multiple sizes of soft, elastic eartips that block up to 90% background noise.
The headphones use dynamic micro-speakers to provide the wearer with clear, natural sound with extended bass response for a rich and realistic listening experience. The detachable cable has moldable wires that fit over your ears to keep you on stage or at home. For durability, the cable is reinforced with Kevlar. The gold-plated MMCX connectors have a snap-lock mechanism that allows them to rotate 360° for a comfortable fit.
Personalized set with different ear sizes for better comfort and sound isolation. The in-ear design allows the headphones to effectively reduce ambient noise by 37db. The Bluetooth function provides compatibility with various MP3 players, CD players, laptops and other equipment. The soft carrying case provides storage without tangling wires.
- Supports Bluetooth function
- With headset and remote control
- Dynamic MicroDriver delivers warm, detailed sound with powerful bass
- Kevlar Reinforced Durable Detachable Cable
- Soundproof construction blocks up to 37 dB of ambient noise
- Fitting kit with different sizes of foam and silicone plugs for sound isolation and optimized bass response
- Ear wires stay away from face
The SE215 headphones deliver detailed, warm sound along with effective sound isolation. Includes Kevlar-reinforced, detachable cable with over-ear wires. This makes it ideal for both on-stage use as in-ear monitor headphones and for enjoying your personal music library at home or on the go.
What are the acoustic characteristics of these headphones?
Dynamic MicroDriver speakers deliver detailed, warm sound with deep bass. The soft elastic earplugs included in the included fitting kit are not only comfortable to wear, but also block out 90% of outside noise. The tightness of the foam or silicone plugs also optimizes low frequency reproduction.
Do the SE215 headphones have replacement parts?
The Kevlar reinforced cable is detachable so it can be replaced if needed. The foam and silicone pads are also interchangeable. These features ensure that you enjoy the sound quality and comfort of the SE215 headphones for a long time to come.
World leader SHURE has gone a long way in developing innovative analog and digital type radio systems for live performance and professional studio recording. The equipment of this brand is known in all corners of the globe.
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